The stage is set for the Nairobi Changing Faces Competition next week on March 28, this year.
The competition is a fun and engaging mobilization tool where a team of Nairobi residents adopts previously neglected open spaces in their neighborhood for improvement.
The teams compete against each other to see which one transforms its space to be the cleanest, greenest, and safest and a most inclusive community space where residents of all ages can safely relax, play and socialize while creating jobs for themselves.
Public space is any freely accessible space used by the public whether used for work, recreation or transit. It could be a bus stop, a footbridge, a street, a playground, a wall, a courtyard, a sidewalk, a dumpsite, a marketplace, a park, a police station compound, a river or river bank, even base ya mtaa .
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